Sun Rays Peeking through Redwoods, Redwood National Park, California
Coast Redwoods can live more than 2,000 years and grow more than 360 feet tall, making them the world's tallest trees. Coast redwoods only grow naturally on the Pacific coast in a narrow 450-mile strip from central California to southern Oregon. Redwood National and State Park contains 35% of all the redwood trees still in existence. The sunbeams coming through these redwood trees make for a beautiful sunset.